The United States Breakfast Commission investigating the Assault on the Capitol last January 6 cited this Wednesday to declare four allies of the Donald Trump president.
It is the former chief cabinet of the White House Mark Meadows; the number 2 of him, give Scavino; The former head of Cabinet of the Pentagon Kash Patel; and the ideologist polemic and former Steve Bannon advisor, who are cited for mid-October.
The Commission, formed by a majority of Democratic congressmen and only two Republicans -liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger- who are faced with Trump, thus gives one more step in his investigations over the assault on Congress.
It also requested telecommunications and social networks to retain the records of hundreds of people in case of being required by the Commission.
In a subsequent statement, Trump's Former Speaker said that the citations were "harassment" and assured that it will be disputed so that the cited do not have to appear.
Meadows and Scavino presumably have information about Trump's procedure during January 6 for his work at the White House, while Patel is aware of the communications he had with the Pentagon.
Bannon, for his part, was one of the instigators on January 6 as a key date to get Trump to retain power despite having lost elections against Democrat Joe Biden.Updated Date: 23 September 2021, 23:14